Pressure Reducing Valve
Pressure reducing valve is used to reduce the pressures above the required pressure in the system. After the desired design pressure is obtained by hydraulic calculations, hydraulic calculations are made in other areas. Excessive pressures will be achieved in critical zones with the fire pump purchased at the maximum pressure and flow rate required in all these areas. The pressure reducing valve is used for setting these overpressures. Manometers must be installed in front of and behind the pressure reducing valve. Relief valve must be used by the outlet of the pressure reducing valve not less than ½ Basınç. Relief Valve adjustment pressure cannot exceed 12.1 bar.
Advantages; By adjusting the water pressure, it increases the material life of the equipment in the system. In addition , according to the hydraulic calculation in the sprinkler installation, the pressure reducing valve and the water in the water tank is prevented from ending earlier.
Threaded, Flanged and Grooved
Inlet Pressure: 175psi – Output Setting Pressure: 30-165psi
Inlet Pressure: 300psi – Output Setting Pressure: 30-165psi
Maximum Operating Temperature:
82 ° C
1 ½ ”- 3
1 Threaded 1 1/2” – 10 ”Flanged
1 1/2” – 8 Grooved
– Body and cover: ASTM A 536 Ductile Iron Cast Iron
– Valve interior set: Bronze ASTM B61
– Pilot Control Valve and System: Stainless Steel 303 inner tool with Bronze ASTM B62
– Valve Diaphragm: Buna-N Synthetic Rubber
Field of Application: It
can be used in all fire installation where pressure adjustment is required as a result of hydraulic calculations.
– UL Listed
– ULc Listed